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Technical Analysis

NZD/USD Retracement Trend Line is Broken


The NZD/USD consolidation has just broken above the retracement trend line and D H3 camarilla level at 0.7288. The pair has been in a steady uptrend since December 2017, and 0.7305 could be the next target. Breakout of 0.7305 or 4h close above it and the famous

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EUR/USD Moving to Wave 5 Target (Weekly Forex Overview 22-26 Jan '18)


The EUR/USD completed its 4th wave after a bullish breakout above the resistance levels. It is now in an uptrend and aiming for the next -27.2% Fibonacci target at 1.25. The GBP/USD is in the same position with a bearish correction in a bullish trend. The USD/JP

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GOLD Bouncing Slightly Above the Support


Gold has been in a strong uptrend on the 4h timeframe, and that could mean good intraweek swings have been in development for Gold traders. At this point, the price is bouncing slightly above the POC zone 1325-1328, and as long as it stays above the POC zone, we

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EUR/USD Technical Uptrend Retracement Possible


The EUR/USD is still in uptrend but last couple of days we have had a whipsaw-ish price action even on higher time frames. Traders could have seen both up and down price movement without any clear direction. Lower highs and lower lows make the obvious formation

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WTI is Topping Out


The WTI is still bullish, but we could see a possible correction taking place. The WTI topped out at 64.67 W H1 and the break of an X-Cross ™ (a trendline and camarilla pivot cross) at 63.40 could target 62.82 and 61.51 and 60.74 as a part of a more substantial

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